Bandai Otona no chogokin models 1/144 Endeavour Apollo 11

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Re: Bandai Otona no chogokin models 1/144 Endeavour Apollo 1

UNREAD_POSTby tomwatts » Tue Jan 29, 2013 10:47 am

I've got four wall sockets and they're taken up with router, switch, NAS, 2 computers, one laptop, printer, TV and playstation.


If you want I'll very selflessly take the TV and Playstation off your hands to free up some space ;)
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Re: Bandai Otona no chogokin models 1/144 Endeavour Apollo 1

UNREAD_POSTby desktopsimmer » Tue Jan 29, 2013 11:19 am

Thanks Tom for the offer, but sadly my brother called dibs on the PS3. in the office/games room, playground rules apply :)
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Re: Bandai Otona no chogokin models 1/144 Endeavour Apollo 1

UNREAD_POSTby desktopsimmer » Tue Jan 29, 2013 2:02 pm

Ellesworth Base, the Endveaour has landed. It's an ef'ing big box. Solution to the where to put it, new corner shelf unit :)
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Re: Bandai Otona no chogokin models 1/144 Endeavour Apollo 1

UNREAD_POSTby Elefant » Tue Jan 29, 2013 2:12 pm

There must be a mistake, this is mine, I recognized it. Please forward it to my shipping address.
(Yours should arrive soon)

:lol: :lol:

Have fun with your new toy. 8-)
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Re: Bandai Otona no chogokin models 1/144 Endeavour Apollo 1

UNREAD_POSTby desktopsimmer » Tue Jan 29, 2013 2:35 pm

Sorry, I'll send the on to you.....:lol:

The detail is 'out of this world'. It's battery powered so no external power source needed :) just designing a corner shelf unit that will fit five of my favourite all time models Diecast and plastic kit): Bandai Space shuttle, Eagle from Space:1999, Viper Mk2, Apollo 17 CSM LM and LRV and EVA Space Suit.

If you have the chance, do get one. Pity they are not doing another batch. However this might interest you all:

http://www.dragonmodelsusa.com/dmlusa/p ... d=DRW56391
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Re: Bandai Otona no chogokin models 1/144 Endeavour Apollo 1

UNREAD_POSTby Elefant » Tue Jan 29, 2013 2:38 pm

It's battery powered so no external power source needed


There's a little plug for a transformer to avoid using batteries if you want.
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Re: Bandai Otona no chogokin models 1/144 Endeavour Apollo 1

UNREAD_POSTby desktopsimmer » Tue Jan 29, 2013 3:00 pm

"Switching to internal power supply" :D

I've got a ton of rechargeable batteries and it would look tidier on the shelf :)
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Re: Bandai Otona no chogokin models 1/144 Endeavour Apollo 1

UNREAD_POSTby Elefant » Sun Apr 21, 2013 10:07 am

Hello,

Just to let you know that Bandai will be releasing again their Saturn V in 144th scale (same than the one that can be seen in this topic), two versions will be available, Apollo 11 and Apollo 13.
A good opportunity for those who missed this beautiful model !
The retail price should be under 600€ (the cheapest I saw was 529€, pre order).

ETA : ca. 5 months.
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Re: Bandai Otona no chogokin models 1/144 Endeavour Apollo 1

UNREAD_POSTby Sascha » Tue Apr 23, 2013 12:50 pm

That’s interesting, thanks.
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